There is also a giveaway happening here. The amazing Cherie Priest has been so kind to offer up a signed copy of Dreadnought, the latest release from her Clockwork Century series, to one lucky commenter. Here's how that'll work:
- Each comment is an entry
- If you follow this site that's an extra entry
- Contest ends on Sunday Nov 7th at midnight (so feel free to contribute late)
- US & Canada only
- Winner will be announced here Monday, Nov 8th
I'm so excited to be discussing Boneshaker this month, what a visual feast that was! I have a couple thoughts to start the ball rolling on the discussion, but please jump in with anything that you're curious about.
*All that I ask is that the comments remain respectful to the author's work and to each other
Q: There were so many mysteries to solve. Minnericht, the blight, the dreadnought, Mynard. I'm curious, what in your opinion was the true mystery of the story.
Q: I found it really hard to classify the surviving people in the walled city. Were they cowards, hiding away from their fears or are they actually a stronger lot for fighting tooth and nail to survive in the city they once loved.
Q: Again, I found pinpointing the intended climax of the story challenging...in a great way. There is the obvious one of Briar and Zeke's reuniting, but the coup against Dr. Minnericht's was another, and yet Briar and Zeke actually getting out of the city was another. What did you think was the climax?